Join Lt. Gov. Brian Calley, MDHHS Director Nick Lyon, youth, parents and others who are coming together to raise awareness, reduce stigma and build partnerships around children’s mental health.
Michigan Capitol Rotunda
100 N. Capitol Ave., Lansing
11 a.m. – Noon
Did you know?
One in five children suffer from a mental health challenge. Yet less than 20 percent of those affected get the supports and services they need
Over 50 percent of students aged 14 or older with severe mental health challenges drop out of high school – the highest dropout rate of any disability group. Mental health challenges get better with care that is individualized, family driven, youth guided, trauma-informed, coordinated and comprehensive.
Help Raise Awareness
Tell us how you’re celebrating Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day on social media by joining the ACMH live feed at www.facebook.com/ACMH-Association-for-Childrens- Mental-Health-Michigan-106107847959/. This event is hosted by the Association for Children’s Mental Health in partnership with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
Helpers Fund: Through a modest donation $10 per month, help build & sustain Muslim Social Services to serve the need in our community. We need 200 monthly donors. You will be one of our grass root "Benefactors" of MSS.
Financial Empowerment Fund (FEF): Donations here go to meet financial need of single mother or father with children leading to self-reliance & financial independence. We work with individuals in situation guiding through education, job certification
Resume building, job search. A mutual contract is signed with MSS on condition of interest free monetary assistance to be donated back by beneficiary to help next person in need.
You will be one of our " Change a Life" donors of MSS.
Washtenaw Refugee Welcome Fund (WRW): Donation to help emergency needs of refugees transitioning into new life. You will be one of our MSS "American New Immigrants" advocate Enjoining good and forbidding wrong.
How to do it? If you have a check, mail to: Muslim Social Services P.O. Box # 130262
Ann Arbor, MI 48113. For online donation, click "Donate" button on this page, it will take to Donate page and follow the instructions to select and direct your donation to desired fund. MSS is a subscriber of Qgiv.com, you get your receipt right away. MSS accounting sends acknowledgement letter to your address quarterly to claim tax free donation under MSS tax ID.
Islamic Association of Ypsilanti Food Pantry
Address: 850 South Hewitt, Ypsilanti
Hours of operation: Every Friday from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
It was started by two sisters to serve refugees settling in near by areas.
MCA Food Pantry at Islamic Center
Address: 2301 Plymouth Road, located in hallway next to office & sisters prayer area
Hours of operation: First and third Tuesday, 4:00-6:00 pm
It was started by MCA sisters committee to serve public including refugees.
Registrations open now !!
To schedule call,
734-712-7881 now !
Free programs for family.
Free Child care and children activities, nutritious meals.
Muslim women physicians,
Arabic, Urdu, Somali language
Call Muslim Social Services if you need help with registration, transportation or language interpreters.
Mark your calendar, Saturday, April 22, 10 a.m.- 3 p.m.
Any Question? MSS is here
to help you take responsibility for your family's sound health & peace of mind.
Congratulations to Washtenaw Refugee Welcome (WRW) ! Now "Bags for Change" partner of Lucky's Market. Bring your reusable bag when you shop & support us !
WRW, The Neutral Zone, and 826 Michigan-all three will be partners in next quarter, bring your reusable bag to shop, as you shop, you support these three great organizations !
Shop at Lucky's Market Ann Arbor (corner of East Stadium and South Industrial) during February and March. Lucky's market will make a contribution to help WRW assist New Americans establish their new lives in Washtenaw county.
visit http://www.lucky'scommunityproject.com & www.washtenawrefugeewelcome.org
Donated items Sorting Party !
On Nov. 14th, about twenty WRW volunteers showed up Saturday morning at Islamic Center of Ann Arbor to sort donated items, pack them in boxes and then transfer them to "Welcome Home Refugee Store". This store will hold items for refugee families to be picked up by appointment only.
MSS and WRW volunteers connect with families willing to donate and deliver them personally to refugee families. For large furniture items (dining table, chairs, bed, and sofas), a shipping container located on Ellsworth Rd. is used for pick up and delivery by appointment only.
Washtenaw County Faith Communities on Foster care presents "Winter Respite Day" on Saturday, December 10
This weekend, December 10, Saturday, "Winter Respite Day" for foster Children event will take place at St. Luke's Lutheran Church, 4205 washtenaw Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48108 from 11 am -3pm. Muslim Social Services, as a partner organization will be present with volunteers and donations to show our commitment to our faith through the care and love that we will put into this day.
Children from 0-18 will be provided lunch, games, crafts, open gym, book giveaways and awesome live animal demonstration with staff from the Leslie Science Center while parents are free to shop / take a break. Foster families in our community are invited to this event.
Monday, October 3, 2016 7:00-9:00 pm Zion Lutheran Church-1501 W Liberty St, Ann Arbor, MI 48103 Upstairs in the Gathering Room.
Come learn about opportunities to serve, get signed up, even receive your orientation!
If your heart has been moved by this crisis, come and turn your goodwill into action.
New volunteers from MSS, sign up (online, go under volunteer, complete volunteer form and submit) You will be contacted quickly.
We are seeking volunteers in following categories: (1) Transportation (2) Collect & sort donated items (3) Pro Bono Services (4) Hospitality & Social mentoring (5) Communication & Social Media